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  • Jeff Spevak has been a Rochester arts reporter for nearly three decades, with seven first-place finishes in the Associated Press New York State Features Writing Awards while working for the Democrat and Chronicle. He has also been published in...

  • Host of Echoes

    John Diliberto is a nationally published writer and award-winning radio producer who has been exploring and exposing new music on the radio, in print and on-line since 1974. He currently is the host and executive producer of Echoes , a nightly...

  • Juan's is responsible for digital audience...

  • Host of SymphonyCast

  • Lara Downes is among the foremost American pianists of her generation, a trailblazer both on and off the stage, whose musical roadmap seeks inspiration from the legacies of history, family and collective memory. As a chart-topping recording...

  • Radio Host of the Chicago Symphony

    Throughout her radio career, Lisa Simeone has hosted hundreds of live and taped broadcasts, encompassing classical music, jazz, folk, opera, news, interviews, and call-in shows. She also has extensive TV experience, as a host, interviewer, and...

  • Host and Announcer for The Metropolitan Opera

    A native of Norman, OK, Heath has a Ph.D. in music theory from Rochester's very own Eastman School of Music and Bachelor and Master’s degrees in music from the University of Oklahoma.

    After working in the classical music world in various...

  • Host of Pipedreams

    Building upon a curiosity which began in his teens, Michael Barone has been involved with the pipe organ for more than 50 years. As host and senior executive producer of Pipedreams, he is recognized nationally for his outstanding contributions...

  • Randy Gorbman is WXXI's Director of News and Public Affairs. Randy manages the day-to-day operations of WXXI News on radio, television, and online. 

    Randy has over 30 years of broadcast news experience,...

  • President, Producer, Art Director and Host of Hearts of Space

    Created Music from the Hearts of Space in 1973 as a weekly three-hour local radio program on KPFA-FM in Berkeley, CA. National syndication of a one hour version of the program began in 1983 and grew to a network of over 290 NPR affiliate...

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